HOW to keep those Sox memories fresh
Boston Herald - Boston,MA,United States
... Slip acid-free, archival paper - available at art stores - between
newspaper pages, and store the papers out of sunlight and away from moisture,
but not in an ...
STORAGETEK hammers out OEM deal with Permabit
Search Storage - USA
... However, he did say that archival storage is a "significant pain point
for users and fixed content is an important part of StorageTek's ILM strategy."
He added ...
FLOOD destroys documents, experiments at University of Hawaii
USA Today - McLean,VA,United States
... specialist. On Sunday, the water mark in the basement was 6 feet high,
and mud filled drawers full of archival maps and documents. ...
BLAZING an E-Mail Audit Trail
eWeek - USA
... Because policy engines can be found in many technologies and products
in the e-mail delivery and archival chain, companies need to figure out
how best to tap ...
ARCHIVING symposium to hear international expert
Scoop.co.nz (press release) - New Zealand
A world leading archiving expert, Canadian Sam Kula, will address New Zealand
archivists and broadcasters at the Sound and Light Archiving Symposium
OVER 26,000 official files await declassification
Daily Times - Pakistan
... and 423 files of the Cabinet Division. The law makes it mandatory for
government departments to submit all papers, documents, records, registers,
FORESIGHT always in demand
Knoxville News Sentinel (subscription) - Knoxville,TN,USA
... to manage office documents and electronic files seamlessly across any
... secure remote digital access to documents by multiple ... to all the
historical records of an ...
EDITORIAL: History, done right
Sacramento Bee - Sacramento,CA,USA
... to building space for the museum and initial exhibits - 25,000 square
feet tucked away in the building that houses the California State Archives
and secretary ...
ACCESS time cut for court records
Boulder Daily Camera - Boulder,CO,USA
... new $11.3 million addition paid for by Boulder County. The new space
was ideal to store the estimated 110,000 files, and it allowed the records
department its ...
JUDGE orders Heinz family records to be unsealed today
Pottstown Mercury - Pottstown,PA,USA
NORRISTOWN -- Montgomery County judge Paul W. Tressler Friday handed down
an order unsealing most of the court records in the 1994 civil wrongful
death lawsuit ...
Toronto Star, Mon, 01 Nov 2004 1:55 AM PST
TheStar.com - Who should own your wedding pictures? http://www.thestar.com/NASApp/cs/ContentServer?pagename=thestar/Layout/Article_Type1&c=Article&cid=1099264209316&call_pageid=970599119419
Proposed Bill would transfer default copyright of commissioned pictures, such as a family s wedding photos, away from the family. Who should own your wedding pictures?
CALIFORNIA City Relieved It Has E-Mail Archives
Information Week - USA
... E-mail sent between government workers is considered a matter of public
record in California thanks to the state's Public Records Act. ...
THE schoolboy who taxed the Revenue
Telegraph.co.uk - London,England,UK
... A document just released from the National Archives shows that Mark
Meadowcroft, now 50, set the wheels of bureaucracy in motion after he
and fellow pupils at ...
Flood descimates building,
work at University of Hawaii
By James Gonser and Dan Nakaso, The Honolulu
HONOLULU — Heavy rain sent water as much
as 8 feet deep rushing through the University of
Hawaii's main research library Saturday,
destroying irreplaceable documents and books,
toppling doors and walls and forcing a few
students to break a window to escape.
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Biography of a Worm
Can anything stop the next global virus outbreak? We follow the trail
of one recent worm to see how the security system works--and
whether it can be fixed.
New York Times
For Missing Web Pages, a Department of Lost and Found
By ANNE EISENBERG
HE Web may be an information highway much of the time, but it turns into a cul-de-sac whenever
a click leads to a message that the U.R.L. you requested could not be found.
Now a team of university students working as summer interns at an I.B.M. laboratory has devised a
prototype for software designed to fix the problem of broken links. The tool checks links between pages
to see if they are functioning properly, and if not, searches for the correct pages.
Wall Street Journal
Read My Photo
October 25, 2004
Steganography isn't the nicest sounding science (the study of guys called
Steg? The art of drawing stick insects?), but it might yet save us from a
threat you may not have thought about: proving something is what it
claims to be.
Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
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